Peace in Peril as South Sudan Violence Spurs Split in OppositionBy
Faction in capital moves to replace Riek Machar as its leader
Removing ex-rebel chief from government seen as hobbling pact
A peace pact to end more than two years of civil war in oil-producing South Sudan is in jeopardy as one faction of the armed opposition moves to replace Vice President Riek Machar.
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